Glenda Dickerson

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  • "yep professor Dickerson taught us to give our best to this..."
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    - Robbie McCauley
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On January 12, 2012 of Ypsilanti, Michigan; Professor of Theater and Director of the Center for World Performance Studies.
The noted stage director, folklorist, writer, educator, and African American theater catalyst, Glenda Dickerson, was called home at the age of 66. Her family, friends, former students, and a multitude of colleagues in professional theater and academia at Howard University, Spelman College, and the University of Michigan will sorely miss her.
Loving mother of Anitra Y. Dickerson Duncan, daughter of Gerthyl R. Dickerson and Colonel (Ret.) Harvey G. Dickerson, sister of Harvey G. Dickerson Jr.. Also survived by her son-in-law Pierre Duncan; grandchildren Julian P. and Madison K. Duncan; nephew Nathan T. Dickerson and niece Nubia R. Dickerson.
The Homegoing Service will take place on Saturday January 28, 2012 at Covenant Baptist United Church of Christ, 3845 South Capitol Street, Washington, DC 20032. The viewing will begin at 10 a.m. and the service will begin at 11 a.m. The site of interment is Resurrection Cemetery, 8000 Woodyard Road, Clinton, MD. Arrangements by STEWART.

Published in The Washington Post on Jan. 27, 2012
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